Chris began working at the Beasley Allen Law Firm in August 2015 as a law clerk in our Consumer Fraud Section. He currently serves as an attorney in the same section, working on class actions, antitrust issues and whistleblower claims.
Chris attended Auburn University, graduating with his B.A. in 2012. He earned his J.D. in 2017 from Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, where he earned five Best Paper awards and graduated cum laude. Chris was a 2015 1L Closing Argument Competition Finalist and a Florida State National Civil Mock Trial Competition Semi-Finalist. During law school, Chris served as Chairman of the Board of Advocates, President of the Christian Legal Society, a Dean’s fellow and a member of the Faulkner Law Review.
Along with earning his J.D., Chris also earned an LL.M in Dispute Resolution and an ADR Certificate. In 2017, Chris had an article concerning the arbitrability of qui tam cases filed under the False Claims Act published in the Faulkner Law Review: Christopher D. Baldwin, Arbitration Disarms the U.S. Government of its Greatest Weapon in the War Against Fraud: The False Claims Act, 8.2 Faulkner L. Rev. ___ (2017).
Growing up in Roanoke, Alabama, Chris now lives in Wetumpka, Alabama, serves as the youth pastor at the Oaks Church in Auburn, Alabama, and enjoys cycling, hiking, drinking coffee and writing.